April is a make-or-break month for ONE Championship. Over four straight Wednesdays, the promotion will offer up its best talent to American sports fans in the hopes that the brand can finally gain a foothold in the market.
One month should not be a be-all, end-all litmus test to prove that the organization is the international player it claims to be. However, there are reasons why ONE Championship has gotten to this pressure-filled month, and dark clouds loom on the horizon if the promotion can’t impress over the next four weeks.
ONE Championship entered 2019 off an absolute talent acquisition tear. In early October 2018, they stunned us all by scooping up former Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight titleholder Eddie Alvarez. It was a deal too good to pass up and one that allegedly…
Read the full piece at the link below and find out why I feel this is a YUGE month in the future of ONE Championship